Latinate ADJECTIVE (of language) having the character of Latin.

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  • latinate — adj. derived from or imitative of Latin. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Latinate — or Latinic [la tin′iklat′ nāt΄, lat′ nit] adj. of, derived from, or similar to Latin …   English World dictionary

  • Latinate — /ˈlætəneɪt/ (say latuhnayt), /ˈlætənət/ (say latuhnuht) adjective of, relating to, derived from, or imitative of the Latin language: a Latinate plural form …   Australian English dictionary

  • Latinate — adjective Date: 1904 of, relating to, resembling, or derived from Latin …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Latinate — /lat n ayt /, adj. of, like, pertaining to, or derived from Latin. [1900 05; LATIN + ATE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • Latinate — adjective /ˈlætɪnət/ a) Of or derived from Latin. b) Characteristic of or pertaining to Latin …   Wiktionary

  • Latinate — adj. of or pertaining to Latin, like Latin; having a Latin character …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Latinate — [ latɪneɪt] adjective (of language) having the character of Latin …   English new terms dictionary

  • latinate — lat·in·ate …   English syllables

  • Latinate — UK [ˈlætɪneɪt] / US adjective typical of Latin, or coming from Latin …   English dictionary

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